Archive for November, 2012

International Aviation Exhibition 2012

Airshow China 2012 will take place on Nov. 13-18, 2012, in Zhuhai, Guangdong, China. Since 1996, the Show has been successfully held in Zhuhai in every even-number year for eight sessions.

The China International Aviation Exhibition Center, Zhuhai, China (Zhuhai Airshow Center) occupies an area of 1,300,000 square meters, with 3 car parks and 1 chalet car park, covering 496,900 square meters and can provide 60,000 parking lots.

The static aircraft display area is 408,000 square meters. The area of afforestation reaches 300,000 square meters. The 3 exhibition halls have an area of 43,120 square meters, providing 1,800 package stands. The press center is 11,860 square meters, and it’s a modernized one for news edition, trade negotiation, academic exchange, office working, etc. There are 35 chalets, and each one is 72 square meters, totaling 2,520 square meters.

If you’re going to visit International Aviation Exhibition 2012 here is contact info:
PHONE: +86-756-336 9235 .
FAX:+86-756-337 6415.
EMAIL:zhuhai@airshow.com.cn

Next Human Pandemic

The emergence of strange new diseases is a frightening problem that seems to be getting worse. In this age of speedy travel, it threatens a worldwide pandemic. We hear news reports of Ebola, SARS, AIDS, and something called Hendra killing horses and people in Australia—but those reports miss the big truth that such phenomena are part of a single pattern.

The bugs that transmit these diseases share one thing: they originate in wild animals and pass to humans by a process called spillover. David Quammen tracks this subject around the world. He recounts adventures in the field—netting bats in China, trapping monkeys in Bangladesh, stalking gorillas in the Congo—with the world’s leading disease scientists. In Spillover Quammen takes the reader along on this astonishing quest to learn how, where from, and why these diseases emerge, and he asks the terrifying question: What might the next big one be?

This is David Quammen’s new book titled ‘Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic’, the collection of stories about the sources of diseases called zoonosesYou can purchase it on Amazon right now.

We don’t have far to look for blame when weird infectious diseases spring up: they usually result from humans moving into wild ecosystems or from forcing encounters with other species.